Ultraman Cosmos: The First Contact (2001)

  |  Adventure, Family, Fantasy

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The "origin" movie of the title Ultraman, who befriends a little boy named Musashi and fights an updated version of a classic Ultra-foe, Baltan-Seijin.


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10 November 2020 | harybobjoebob
| For kids, but not bad
This movie is obviously for younger children, but that doesn't mean there is nothing to enjoy here. The fight scenes between ultraman and the baltan are awsome and this film deserves a watch just for that. Some of the CGI isn't very good, that my main complaint, but is was 2001 so that's really just a nitpick. There are some really goofy scenes like this part where all the people start singing to the baltan, witch I thought was hilarious. I started watching the ultraman cosmos show before I saw this, I didnt even know this existed, I dont think u have to watch this to watch the show but I would recommend it.

The characters and acting aren't bad and the plot is serviceable for a movie aimed at kids, not for everyone I'm sure but I really enjoyed it. The music at the end is a jam.

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Adventure | Family | Fantasy | Sci-Fi


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20 July 2001



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